Three Men on a Plane - Mavis Cheek Reviews
Description:ISBN 0571225853 / Genre: Fiction: Mavis Cheek / Paperback / 272 Pages / Book is published 2005-05-05 by Faber and Faber
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Review of Three Men on a Plane, a novel by Mavis Cheek. This review is based on the paperback version of the novel, published by Faber & Faber, ISBN 978-0571225859, 272 pages, cover price £6.99. Genre:- Modern fiction. **The Plot** Pamela Pryor's son Daniel has left home. He has moved from London to Liverpool to live with his girlfriend. Pamela is at first overcome by feelings of rejection and dismay at her son's departure, but very soon begins to realise that she is now free, at the age of 48, to do as she chooses. She comes to terms with the fact she has a life of her own, which does not include her son. Pamela ... Read the complete review
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